There is not a lot to do at hengistbury head but if the sun is shining it's a real sun trap. You can get a meal or am ice-cream here but really it's all about the beach.
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Love this place. Nice for a walk, a picnic, a day at the beach with spectacular bay views. Also try walking across Mudeford spit and take the short ferry crossing for some fresh seafood on the quay. Try the Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre or even...More
Hengistbury is a family favourite. Go fly a kite. Go for a long walk. Go for a dip. Sit and relax watching the boats as they sail on the breeze. An historical place where evidence of the iron and bronze ages have been discovered.
I have been many times to Hengistbury Head both to walk to the far end for exercise and also to visit the beach. It is a great place to go in all seasons. Wide open spaces, pebbly and sandy beaches. There is also a cafe...More
Great place to visit to watch the wildlife and boats. Lovely spot. TIP: use the visitor centre to explore the history of the place. TIP: toilets at visitor centre as well as drinks. TIP: great place to run and cycle around the headland which is...More
Walking for exercise stunning scenery, even in the winter. There is a pay car park at the entrance or free along the main road. If you run out of steam or it rains there is a Land train to take you back!
visited the site on a very windy day but the views of Christchurch , Isle of wight and the whole of Bournemouth bay area are worth getting blown around for. the visitor centre and cafe on site are also worth a stop . a landtrain...More